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Chapter 6 Division of Powers and Responsibilities

Article 30
The general members (representatives) meeting shall be the body of the supreme power of a fishermen association. During its recess, the board of directors shall design and plan the association’s business operations in accordance with resolutions adopted by general members (representatives) meeting, while the board of supervisors shall control and monitor the association’s business operations and finance.
Article 31
The members (representatives), directors and supervisors of a fishermen association shall exercise their powers only during a meeting.
Article 32
When the members (representatives), directors and supervisors of a fishermen association attend a statutory meeting, each person is entitled to one (1) vote. If a resolution adopted in the meeting is found violating Acts or the charter of the fishermen association, and thus resulting in any damage to the fishermen association, they shall be subject to indemnity. Despite that, those who make an objection during the voting procedure and recorded in the minutes shall be exempted from the responsibilities. Any voting on major issues adopted in the meeting of a fishermen association shall be recorded in writing with name.
Article 33
The secretary general of a fishermen association shall carry out duties in accordance with the resolutions adopted by the board of directors, and shall be responsible to the board of directors.
Article 34
When a secretary general of a fishermen association carries out duties, in the event of violating Acts or the charter of fishermen association and thus resulting in any damage to the fishermen association, he/she shall be subject to indemnity.
In the event of any damage to the properties received by or in the custody of a fishermen association due to any cause other than force majeure, the secretary general and other employee(s) concerned shall be subject to joint liability of indemnity.